During past semesters the process for purchasing your textbooks through the PCC bookstore included these steps, and it has probably remained the same. First, you should have your course registration sheet with you as you place your order. Next, click on Fall 2015, and then look for EF-English to begin your search. You'll select the course name and number, and then the section number for the class in which you are enrolled.
latest edition; should be the 4th edition
(PCC UPD CUSTOM; latest edition)
New: about $60
by GEORGE ORWELL
Publisher: Signet Classics
New: about $7
NOTE: GET THIS EDITION from SIGNET CLASSICS!
TOUR OF FRANK GEHRY ARCHITECTURE & OTHER L.A. BUILDINGS
by LAURA MASSINO SMITH
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (July 15, 2007)
New: about $13
(latest edition; will likely be the 3rd edition)
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
New: about $10
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc.
NOTE: GET THIS EDITION from DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE!
New: about $20
NOTE: GET THE PAPERBACK EDITION, NOT THE HARDCOVER!
Inscape 2014 and Inscape 2015
You can purchase the 2014 and 2015 issues of Inscape in the English Dept. office in C245. The copies are $5 each. Bring both issues of the magazine to our first meeting.
Books: Paper v. Plasma
As I mentioned above, Kindle or other electronic editions are not allowed for my classes. You must buy the paperback or hardcover copies. Why? Consider the article, below.
The text below is a reprint from PRI's The Takeaway program "Paper Vs. Plasma: How the Digital Reading Shift is Impacting Your Brain"
Manoush Zomorodi, managing editor and host of WNYC's New Tech City, recalls a conversation with the Washington Post's Mike Rosenwald, who's researched the effects of reading on a screen. “He found, like I did, that when he sat down to read a book his brain was jumping around on the page. He was skimming and he couldn’t just settle down. He was treating a book like he was treating his Twitter feed," she says.